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Lately I have been getting some bsods. The most frequent ones i am getting are system service exception as well as Page fault in nonpaged area. I have reinstalled windows, Ran memtest. Currently not running any overclock either.
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Both of those bsod's typically point to a hardware/driver issue.

Did windows reinstall successfully or do you get the bsod's before completing the install? Are all settings in the BIOS back to default at this point?
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I figured it was a driver error to be honest. I got a clean install but while dl all updates as well as the drivers i got the bsod. I have all my settings to the default settings in bios.
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I would get the latest known drivers for your hardware installed prior to doing anything else including windows updates... assuming you have another PC to download them from.
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This is funny. I was actually about to make a thread with the exact same problem, then I saw this one. Getting random BSoDs, about once every couple weeks or so. Just enough to have me worried. Memtest86+ for 12 hours gave me no errors. Have reformatted, reinstalled drivers, flashed BIOS, tried different versions of Catalyst, ran Prime95 for 2 hours, amongst other things. My temps are all very cool. I'm not entirely sure what else I could do to evaluate the problem. Good luck to the both of us.
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